Its original and innovative design is based on assembling various modules in order to create a personalised storage system.
Modulothèque is adaptable wine rack and can be added to as your wine collection grows.
A unit that successfully combines durability and aesthetic appeal
Modulothèque is made from 20mm solid oak, a strong luxurious wood, with an inimitable traditional style.
Always a sure investment, oak is exceptionally strong and its resistance to humiditymakes it the ideal material for ensuring maximum stability for your bottles.
The «colourless linseed oil» finish nourishes the wood and ensures the maintenance of your Modulothèque for many years before it will need recoating.
A product that is almost tailor-made
Thanks to a choice of 15 modules, Modulothèque adapts to the requirements of the room to be used (sloped or arched ceiling, corners...) Easy to assemble, the modules can be dismantled if you want to move them or change the layout of your Modulothèque. The width, height and storage capacity vary according to the number of modules installed and shelves selected: the layout possibilities for Modulothèque are endless !
Storage and preservation advice...
Did you know? All wines mature at the same temperature, whether underground or in an electric wine cabinet.
Maturing cabinets EuroCave reproduces all of the criteria required for effectively maturing wines, in this way recreating, on a smaller scale, the ideal storage conditions found in a natural cellar. 5 criteria are essential for a wine to reach its full potential:
A constant temperature - For optimal wine maturing, it is necessary to have a stable temperature of 10°C - 14°C, whatever the external temperature is.
Suitable humidity levels - It is essential to maintain suitable humidity levels, between 50 and 80%. The ideal humidity level is 50 - 80%. Below 50%, the cork could dry out causing the wine to leech out. Above 80%, condensation could appear on the bottles and the labels could peel off. Mould may even develop if there is insufficient air circulation.
Ideal ventilation - it is essential to ensure there is sufficient air circulation or mould and bacteria could develop.
Maximum protection from light - For optimal maturation, wine must be protected from all sources of light: only darkness prevents the deterioration of tannins by oxidation. Direct sunlight containing UV rays causes irreparable damage to wine. Indirect light is also harmful. In the long term, it can break down the structure of the wine and dilute it.
Absence of vibrations - In order to mature in optimal conditions, wine must be protected from vibrations, which break down the molecules of some of wine's chemical compounds.
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